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Parkers overall rating: 4 out of 5 4.0


Vauxhall Mokka X

3.2 out of 5 3.2

The Vauxhall Mokka X is the British brand’s take on the compact SUV, featuring a raised-up driving positon, chunky off-roader looks and the option of four-wheel drive. And if its Mokka predecessor (replaced in 2016 by the Mokka X) is anything to go by, it should sell rather well. Keen pricing, strong standard equipment levels and usable levels of... read more


  • Decent cruiser
  • Funky exterior styling
  • Reasonable overall practicality
  • Impressive standard equipment levels


  • Some coarse engines
  • Fidgety ride quality
  • Dull to drive
  • Unlikely to hold its value well

Renault Captur

3.8 out of 5 3.8

The Renault Captur is the French manufacturer’s smallest foray in the popular crossover market – a car that is tall and roomy like an SUV, but based on a normal hatchback underneath so it’s easy to drive on the road and relatively cheap to run.  So far the Captur has outdone all its sales targets and become the biggest-selling SUV in this... read more


  • Easy to drive
  • Eye-catching looks
  • Low running costs
  • Plenty of kit


  • Relatively small boot
  • Slightly bland engine choices
  • Interior lagging behind class leaders

Nissan Juke

3.5 out of 5 3.5

Nissan started its crossover campaign in 2007 with the Qashqai – an SUV/hatchback combination - and quickly followed it up with the Nissan Juke, which is purportedly a sporty SUV/supermini. Offering eye-catching looks that set it apart from all manner of rivals, from the slightly dull Ford EcoSport and Vauxhall Mokka X, to the more interesting... read more


  • Quirky styling
  • High seating position
  • Generous kit levels
  • Refined engines


  • Firm ride
  • Leans too much in corners
  • Cramped rear seats
  • CVT auto compromised

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